About the Book

The Great Evangelical Recession is a groundbreaking analysis of the evangelical Church in the U.S. and a “must-read” for any pastor, elder, deacon, professor, lay leader or Christian who cares about the future of the American Church. It is a required text in multiple seminary courses and has influenced more than 30,000 American Christians thus far.

The Great Evangelical Recession has been praised by mainstream media critics and national church leaders alike. In the book, nationally-awarded journalist John S. Dickerson identifies 6 trends threatening the church in the United States. These trends are supported by a mosaic of studies from dozens of academic researchers, sociologists and demographic reports. After demonstrating the undeniable decline of Christian influence in the U.S., The Great Evangelical Recession then builds a hopeful and Biblical case for course correction.

With a fresh and prophetic voice The Great Evangelical Recession casts bold hope and vision for the U.S. Church—based not on opinion, but on fact and Scripture. The book is a must-read for any Christian leader or thinker. Click here to download TWO FREE SAMPLE CHAPTERS.